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					ALACHUA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER




                A N N U A L   R E P O R T   2 0 0 9
FROM ED CRAPO — ALACHUA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER




          Welcome to our 2009 Annual Report!

          This past year has been a difficult year for the Property Appraiser's Office. We recognize that
          this is no different from anyone else, we are all struggling. Property values have dropped across
          the board nationally and dramatically in some parts of Florida. Although values on Alachua
          County have gone down we have not seen the dramatic drops that other areas are experienc-
          ing. Our tax roll this year generated a taxable value of $12,589,423,997 which is
          $161,342,785 less than last year's tax roll. This is the value for all 100,593 real property
          parcels and 13,831 tangible personal property accounts. When viewed by itself it doesn't seem
          like much of an increase. When you factor out the total of $301,649,180 in new construction
          it is much bigger. When you realize that over 52,000 parcels are homestead exempt so they
          didn't go down in value because of the “Save Our Homes” protection it gets larger again.

          As you will you see in this year's annual report, we have added a new section to show the
          taxpayers of Alachua county that we do recognize changes in the local real estate market.
          Included in these charts you will see an 86% decline in the number of single family homes
          built from 2007 to 2008; a 28% decline in deeds; a 35% decline in the number of residential
          permits and a drop from 179 subdivision lots to 80 from the year 2008 to June of 2009. The
          declines in sales and building not only mean a poor market but it also means a significant drop
          in data from which to derive our appraisals. This year we have worked diligently to analyze the
          data that we do have. The result is over $300 million in reduced values.

          Despite the economic downturn the staff of the Alachua County Property Appraiser's Office
          remains involved and active in our community. Individually and as a team, we volunteered
          almost 900 hours to local charities, churches . We have implemented a new program where the
          staff chooses one local charity per quarter for fundraising. In the first three quarters of the calen-
          dar year we have contributed over $3,000.00 to local, nonprofit organizations. Times we know
          are tough but we remain committed to doing the best job for you that we are capable of doing.



          Sincerely,



          Ed Crapo, Alachua County Property Appraiser

          ** These amendments are detailed in the Alachua County Property Appraiser’s Office “overview section” of this
          report or on our website at www.acpafl.org.
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                   2    Mission, Vision, And Values Statement
GENERAL SECTION
                   3    Alachua County Facts
                        (See inside back cover for Organizational Chart)
                   4    Important Dates to Remember
                   5    Overview Of Your Alachua County Property Appraiser’s Office


ECONOMIC DATA     11    Population & Education
                  12    Major Employers
                  13    Major Employers continued/Services
                  14    Residential Permits & Subdivision Lot
                  15    Deeds & Median Square Feet


 TAX ROLL DATA    2 0 0 8 F I N A L TA X R O L L I N F O R M AT I O N
                  19    Where Does Your Tax Dollar Go?
                  19    Final Millage Rates
                  20    New Construction & Reappraisal Just Value
                  20    New Construction & Reappraisal Taxable Value
                  21    Residential Vs. Commercial Just Values
                  21    Residential Vs. Commercial Taxable Values
                  22    Year-To-Year Amount Change in Just Value
                  22    Year-To-Year Amount Change in Taxable Value
                  23    2008 Taxable Value Breakdown by Property Type
                  23    Save Our Homes Annual Deferred Amount Increase
                  24    Top Ten Taxpayers
                  29    Tax Levies and Collections


                  2 0 0 9 P R E L I M I N A R Y TA X R O L L I N F O R M AT I O N
                  33    Tax Roll Value
                  33    Building Permit Activity
                  34    2009 Real Property Growth
                  35    Real Property Values
                  35    Tangible Personal Property Value
                  36    2009 Exemption & Classified Use Values
                  36    2009 Total Tax Roll
                  37    2009 Tangible Personal Property Municipality Breakdown
                  37    2009 Acreage & Agricultural Use

                  Portions of the current and previous Annual Reports can be found on our web site at www.acpafl.org.
                  PHOTOS: UF NEWS & PUBLIC AFFAIRS • ALACHUA COUNTY VISITORS & CONVENTION BUREAU
MISSION, VISION & VALUES




                      To provide accurate, quality products and services to our customers and ensure the fair
  OUR MISSION
                      and equitable administration of the Property Appraiser’s responsibilities.




   OUR VISION
                      To excel as a leader in property tax appraisal, property tax administration and in the
                      analysis and dissemination of property based information through teamwork and
                      quality service.



   OUR VALUES         To achieve our mission, we recognize that the following values are of paramount
                      importance:


                      ■ Customer Service: Our professional team is committed to providing prompt,
                         courteous, accurate and accessible community wide public service.
                      ■ Our Team: We recognize the value of our human resources and the individual
                         contributions they bring to the organization.
                      ■ Commitment to a Cost Effective, Quality Work Product: By using our resources
                         in an efficient manner, the organization is committed to providing accurate, reliable,
                         quality products and services to our customers.
                      ■ Professionalism: We are committed to accomplishing our goals in a professional
                         manner with a work ethic that includes the highest standards of honesty, integrity
                         and respect for others.
                      ■ Leadership: We are committed to excellence through strategic planning, clear
                         communication, innovation and fact-based management.


           We in the Property Appraiser’s Office of Alachua County are proud to display these Mission, Vision and

           Values Statements which we use in our continuous pursuit of excellence in the delivery of public services.

                                                                                       —Ed Crapo, Property Appraiser




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                                                                                                         FACTS




             Alachua County

                 Alachua County is located in North Central Florida, 85 miles south of the Georgia state line, 50
L O C AT I O N
                 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, and 67 miles from the Atlantic Ocean.




                 Alachua County encompasses 977 square miles and includes the municipalities of Archer, Alachua,
   A R E A       Gainesville, Hawthorne, High Springs, LaCrosse, Micanopy, Newberry, and Waldo. The County
                 has an estimated year round population of 217,955, including over 43,000 University of Florida
                 students. There are several areas in the County that are National Register Historic Districts.


                 The County's geographic location affords visitors a comfortable year round climate. Temperatures
 C L I M AT E
                 are moderated by the wind from the Gulf, producing mild winters and relatively cool summer
                 nights. The average temperature is 70.1 degrees and there is an average of 2,803 hours of sunshine
                 each year.


                 100,593     Real Property Parcels
PROPERTY
                  13,831     Tangible Personal Property Accounts
                  52,015     Homestead Exemption Properties
                  44,428     Additional $25,000 Homestead Exemption
                   2,073     Additional Homestead (Senior's) Exemption
                   7,744     Parcels Involved in Agricultural Use




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                     Important Dates

 J A N U A R Y       1       The status and condition of your property on January 1 determine the property’s value
                             for the tax year. Also, January 1 is the date that determines residency or ownership
                             requirements to qualify for homestead exemptions.




  M A R C H      1           Filing deadline for homestead and other exemptions.*
                             Filing deadline for classified use properties.




   A P R I L     1           Deadline for filing tangible personal property tax return.




M I D - A U G U S T          Truth in Millage (TRIM) notices are mailed to property owners. TRIM notices contain your
                             taxing authorities’ proposed property tax rates for the year, their budget hearing locations and
                             times, and deadlines for filing petitions with the Value Adjustment Board.




N O V E M B E R          1   Tax bills are mailed from tax collector.



                             * Homestead Exemption for the year the exemption is requested may be applied for at any time
                             prior to March 1 of that year, provided the homeowner qualifies. We welcome any questions
                             regarding qualification requirements.




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       O V E R V I E W                                                        information for their own services. Please visit us on the first floor
                                                                              at 12 Southeast First Street, downtown Gainesville.
      The Alachua County Property Appraiser's Office is charged                  The Property Appraiser's database is available on CD,
by the Florida Constitution with placing fair, equitable and just             Microfiche and the Internet.
value on all property in Alachua County, both real and personal.
      To maintain an acceptable quality of life in Alachua County,            I M P O RTA N T I N F O
local governments need revenue. Property taxes partially support
public education, law enforcement, fire safety, street mainte-                Homestead Exemptions
nance, park and recreation areas and other services. The various                  In addition to the assessment of ad valorem taxes, another
taxing authorities set the yearly tax, or millage, rate. Alachua              important function of the Alachua County Property Appraiser is
County taxing authorities include the city and county commis-                 the administration of exemptions and special use classifications.
sions, the school board, water management districts and the                   Perhaps the most common exemption available is the homestead
library district. Once the tax rate is set, it is applied to your prop-       exemption. Under the Florida Constitution, qualified residents
erty value. Then, your property tax is computed.                              may receive up to a $50,000 property tax exemption. To qualify
      The Property Appraiser's Office keeps all appraisals up-to-             for a homestead exemption, you must hold legal or equitable title
date and on permanent file. You have a right under Florida's                  to property, occupy the home, and make the property your per-
Public Records Law to inspect these records. You are encouraged               manent residence as of January 1. You must also be a U.S. citizen
to do so to see for yourself the fairness and equity we apply to all          or possess a resident alien card.
properties in determining just value. Appraisal data can be found                 To apply for homestead and other exemptions, you must apply
on our web site at www.acpafl.org.                                            to the Property Appraiser's Appraisal Services Division before
      In compliance with the Universal Standards of Appraisal                 March 1* of the appropriate year to make an initial application
Practice, the Alachua County Property Appraiser's Office com-                 and provide proof of residency. Commonly used proofs of legal
plies with Standard 6 which is directed toward the substantive                residence include automobile registration and Florida driver's
aspects of developing and communicating compliant analysis,                   license, voter's registration, or declaration of domicile.
opinions and conclusions in the mass appraisal of properties,                     If you received a homestead exemption last year and still own
whether real property or personal property.                                   and occupy the same property, your exemption will be renewed
      The Alachua County Property Appraiser's Office is com-                  automatically. You will be mailed a receipt in early January. It is,
prised of three major divisions committed to providing quality                however, your responsibility to notify the Property Appraiser if
service to all property owners in Alachua County.                             your qualification for the homestead exemption has changed.
                                                                                  *Note: Homestead Exemption for the year the exemption is
   ADMINISTRATIVE                                                             requested may be applied for at any time after meeting the quali-
                                                                              fications and prior to March 1 of that year. File your application
Appraisal Services                                                            early if possible. For your convenience we have satellite locations
      The main purpose of the Appraisal Services Division is to               for making applications please contact the Appraisal Services
provide the public with a means to access information. The                    Division for a listing (352) 374-5230.
Appraisal Services Division handles the needs of the largest per-
centage of our customers. The services provided include full sets             Amendment One
of tax parcel and aerial maps for public viewing or reproduction.                 DOUBLING THE HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
There are also public computers available for viewing appraisal               (Additional $25,000) - The additional $25,000 exemption
data via the Internet. Appraisal consultants are available to answer          applies to your homestead property value between $50,000 and
questions regarding tax exemption, value, ownership and location              $75,000, for all millage rates except school board district tax levies.
situations.                                                                   There is no additional application necessary.
    Further, the Appraisal Services Division sends out renewal                    PORTABILITY – This amendment provides for the transfer of
cards annually for homestead and other exemptions as well as spe-             a portion or all of your Save Our Homes benefit. In order to qual-
cial assessments and classified use properties as a service to Alachua        ify you must make an application for both homestead exemption
county property owners. The Appraisal Services Division also                  and portability. This must be done within 24 months of abandon-
works closely with outside agencies to provide them with accurate             ing your prior homestead. This exemption applies to all tax levies.

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       If the new homestead that you apply for has a higher value              updated and recalibrated on an annual basis. The Tax Roll
than the previous homestead, the entire SOH benefit (up to                     Administration Division is responsible for this process.
$500,000) may be transferred.                                                        The division is also responsible for assuring the tax roll
       If the new property has a lower value than your old home-               meets or exceeds statutory and Department of Revenue require-
stead, you will be able to transfer a percentage of the SOH ben-               ments. The tax roll is analyzed statistically to determine levels of
efit (up to $500,000).                                                         accuracy and equity. It is submitted to the Department of
      This percentage is determined by dividing the Market                     Revenue only after it passes numerous quality checks. The Tax
Value of the new property by the Market Value of the previous                  Roll Administration Division is also responsible for TRIM
homestead property. Then take that amount and multiply it by                   (Truth In Millage) which also must meet statutory compliance
the Assessed Value of the previous homestead property.                         requirements.
      TANGIBLE EXEMPTION – Provides a $25,000 exemp-                                 The division administers the current and future organiza-
tion for Tangible Personal Property. In order to qualify for this              tional plans and goals of the Property Appraiser's Office. These
waiver, all TPP taxpayers must file an initial return. Pursuant to             plans and goals are created, implemented and monitored by the
fs. 196.183. This exemption applies to all tax levies.                         division on a continual basis.
      NON-HOMESTEAD 10% CAP - Provides for a limit on
assessment increases for specified non-homestead property. The                   TECHNOLOGY & SUPPORT
10% CAP has a base year of 2008 and will apply for the year
2009. The exemption requires an initial application, between                         The Technology and Support Division is an important
January 1 and March 1, 2009. However, these properties may                     part of the Property Appraiser's office. It serves primarily as a
be assessed at Just Value following a change in ownership, simi-               support division, but also directly serves the public.
lar to the way the current Save Our Homes revaluation for                            The GIS (Geographical Information System) Department
homestead properties. This excludes school district tax levies.                maintains and updates the parcel fabric layers for all property
This assessment limitation will expire in 2019 unless reautho-                 ownership in Alachua County. All GIS maps are computer gen-
rized by Florida voters.                                                       erated and can display a large variety of layers such as soils, aeri-
                                                                               als, tax parcels, contours, FEMA flood prone areas, zoning,
Other Exemptions                                                               radon, LIDAR and school districts, to name just a few. Also
      The exemptions available to Alachua County property own-                 available is an extensive variety of map products along with spa-
ers include homestead, widow/widower, seniors, blind, and other                tial and non-spatial data that is made available in paper and dig-
disabilities. Organizational exemptions available include non-prof-            ital formats. Custom maps and analysis is also available upon
it charitable, fraternal, educational, literary, benevolent, scientific,       request.
and religious organizations. Special use classifications include agri-               The GIS programming staff oversees centralized GIS Servers
cultural, conservation, and historically classified properties.                that connect to a high-speed GIS enterprise network and provides
                                                                               sharing of GIS data with other city and county GIS departments.
Tax Roll Administration                                                        They are also responsible for developing and maintaining a large
     The Tax Roll Administration Division is charged with                      variety of GIS layers and data on the web for viewing, querying
numerous administrative tasks that include but are not limited                 and downloading. We continue to focus on the quality of our
to Internet support, compiling an Annual Report, maintaining                   data and strive to provide improved applications and services. In
appraisal software, analyzing and submitting the tax roll, fulfill-            the past couple of years the GIS staff and programmers have been
ing other statutory compliance requirements, coordinating                      working to improve the spatial accuracy of the parcel fabric and
TRIM, and strategic planning.                                                  other layers that allows our web users a much improved GIS look
     Our Internet site is continuously being enhanced to allow                 along with custom spatial analysis and better reporting. The
a broader use of appraisal data, helpful information, and elec-                enhancements from this work is the ability to accurately view all
tronic access to our Annual Report.                                            land coverage, building foot prints and structures in Alachua
     The Annual Report is a composition of countywide facts                    County with the parcel layers draped on top. We believe with this
and findings. This information is collected and compiled both                  improved accuracy, more powerful reports, spatial analysis and
in report form and on our web site (www.acpafl.org).                           maps can be generated from our web site. The GIS programming
     The Property Appraiser's Office utilizes a computer based                 staff are already working on future application to better our web-
mass appraisal system. The software for this system must be                    site and to better serve our customers.


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                                                                                     ALACHUA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER




      The Information Technology Department is responsible for           ■ The location of said property;
all computer hardware and software in the Property Appraiser's           ■ The quantity or size of said property;
office, the research and recommendation to purchase new sys-             ■ The cost of said property and the present replacement value
tems and software, and technical budget recommendations and                 of said property;
requirements. The IT department is also responsible for the              ■ The condition of said property;
administration of the Property Appraiser's network, help desk,           ■ The income from said property; and
disaster recovery of all data, system inventory, and the adminis-
                                                                         ■ The net proceeds of the sale of the property, as received by
tration of computer desktop services in the office. In conjunction
                                                                             the seller, after deduction of all of the usual and reasonable
with other departments, Information Technology maintains the
                                                                             fees and costs of the sale, including the costs and expenses of
website content for both the Internet and Intranet. They have
                                                                             financing, and allowance for unconventional or atypical
added the rotating photos and plan on adding new enhance-
                                                                             terms of financing arrangements.
ments in the near future. Currently the average visits to the
                                                                               The Real Property Division provides a direct public service
Property Appraiser's website are 3.5 million per month.
                                                                         with the valuation of the real property in Alachua County. Also
      The Title Department is responsible for discovering and
                                                                         providing support to the appraisal services division with specif-
updating parcel ownership changes for the Property Appraiser's
                                                                         ic public inquiries.
office through research of the various recorded documents
processed by the Alachua County Clerk of the Circuit Court's
Official Records Department.                                             Tangible Personal Property
                                                                               Florida Statute 193 requires all businesses to file a Tangible
                                                                         Personal Property Return annually. This state-wide return
  VA L U AT I O N D I V I S I O N
                                                                         should include a listing of tangible assets held January 1 of that
                                                                         year and should be filed with the property appraiser's office of
      The appraiser's in the Real Property Division appraise
                                                                         the county in which the asset is located. The Tangible Personal
property by recognized assessment methods and techniques as
                                                                         Property Division exists to administer this requirement.
required by Universal Standards of Appraisal Practices. The pur-
                                                                               Tangible Personal Property is any asset, other than real
pose of the Real Property Division is to list and determine a just
                                                                         estate, used in a business. Examples of Tangible Personal
value for all property located within Alachua County as of
                                                                         Property include, but are not limited to, such items as furniture,
January 1 each year per Florida Statute. The Appraisers in the
                                                                         fixtures, tools, machinery, household goods, signs, equipment,
Real Property Division appraise property using standard assess-
                                                                         leasehold improvements, supplies, leased equipment, and any
ment techniques such as sales, income, and replacement cost
                                                                         other property used in the operation of a business. There is no
approaches. In compliance with Florida Statutes, all property
                                                                         minimum value, therefore all equipment and property, exclud-
must be re-appraised annually and physically inspected every
                                                                         ing inventory, must be reported. Exempt businesses are also
five years.
                                                                         required to annually file a Tangible Personal Property Return
      The following factors are to be considered in deriving just
                                                                         listing all equipment and assets.
valuation (per F.S. 193.011):
                                                                               The first $25,000 of assessed value is exempt. In order to
■ The present cash value of the property, which is the amount
                                                                         qualify for the exemption every owner with an active business
    a willing purchaser would pay a willing seller, exclusive of         operating in the county must file a timely initial tax return,
    reasonable fees and costs of purchase, in cash or the immedi-        even if the assessed value is less than the $25,000 exemption.
    ate equivalent thereof in what is deemed a typical market            After the initial filing, future filings are waived as long as the
    transaction;                                                         assessed value does not exceed the $25,000. If, in subsequent
■ The highest and best use to which the property can be                  years, the value exceeds the exemption the taxpayer is obligat-
    expected to be put in the immediate future and the present           ed to file a return or lose the exemption. A return must be filed
    use of the property taking into consideration any applicable         for each location within the county where the owner transacts
    local or state land use regulation and considering any mora-         business. Freestanding property placed at multiple sites, other
    torium imposed by executive order, law, ordinance, regula-           than where the owner transacts business, must have a single
    tion, resolution, or proclamation adapted by any govern-             return filed and will receive a $25,000 exemption (examples:
    mental body or agency or the Governor when the moratori-             vending and amusement machines, LP/propane tanks, utility
    um prohibits or restricts the development or improvement of          and cable company property, billboards and leased equip-
    property as otherwise authorized by applicable law;                  ment.)

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      As a courtesy, the Tangible Personal Property Division mails          determination as to whether or not proper and equitable meth-
out Tangible Personal Property Returns on December 31st to                  ods were used to arrive at property value and to determine com-
those businesses currently listed on the tax roll. However, failure         pliance with Florida laws regarding property assessment. The
to receive a return does not relieve a business of its obligation to        value adjustment board also hears appeals concerning exemp-
file or pay tangible taxes. The deadline for filing a return without        tions and classified use properties.
penalty is April 1st. Non-filing businesses are assessed a taxable
value by the Tangible Personal Property Division.                             OUR QUALITY COMMITMENT

    D E T E R M I N I N G P R O P E R T Y VA L U E                                Beginning in 1992, the Property Appraiser's Office
                                                                            embarked on a quality initiative that led to the adoption of a
      The Property Appraiser’s Office does not determine your               common vision “to become the leader in Florida property tax
taxes. Your taxes are determined based on property values multi-            appraisal and administration through teamwork and quality serv-
plied by the millages set by local governments and municipalities.          ice”. As an organization, we committed to provide quality serv-
The Property Appraiser’s Office merely determines just value.               ice to our customers and ensure the fair and equitable adminis-
      All property in Alachua County is worth something. Land,              tration of property appraisal laws. Adopting these goals and
buildings, and tangible personal property used in business have             applying them to our core tasks led us to develop several award-
value.                                                                      winning projects that streamlined the office and defined bench-
      To find the value of any piece of property, the Property              marks from which to measure our effectiveness. We are proud of
Appraiser uses a nationally accepted appraisal system that                  this statewide recognition and have adopted a commitment to
includes determining:                                                       continuous process improvement.
■ What similar properties are selling for.                                        The Property Appraiser's Office administers a comprehen-
■ What similar properties are selling for.                                  sive Human Resources program including a pay and perform-
■ What it would cost to replace the property.                               ance measurement system that defines expectations and rewards
■ How much it costs to operate and maintain the property.                   top achievers. In addition, the core processes and procedures of
■ What rental income the property may earn.
                                                                            our office have been well documented so that cross training and
                                                                            job sharing can more easily occur and individuals can see how
■ Other factors such as the current interest rate to borrow
                                                                            they fit into the broader organization. With an understanding of
     money to buy or build property like yours.
                                                                            individual roles in the mission of the total organization, we con-
      When market value changes, so does appraised value. For
                                                                            tinue to focus on our customer service, knowledge-based deci-
example, if you increase the total value of your property by build-
                                                                            sion making, a commitment to excellence, and teamwork toward
ing a swimming pool, the appraised value would increase pro-
                                                                            a common goal.
portionately.
                                                                               N E W P U B L I C R E L AT I O N S C O M M I T T E E
  VA L U E A D J U S T M E N T B O A R D

                                                                                 This office has focused a lot of attention over the past few
      If, in your opinion, your property's value differs from the
                                                                            years on our Public Relations Program. The Public Relations
Property Appraiser's assessment, by all means come in and dis-
                                                                            Team is made up of two directors and, at a minimum, one rep-
cuss the matter with us. If you have evidence that the appraisal is
                                                                            resentative from each department. The team meets on a month-
more than the actual value of your property, we will welcome the
                                                                            ly basis and manages projects that deal with internal and exter-
opportunity to review all the facts.
                                                                            nal customers. External customers encompass all non-staff per-
      If, after talking with us, you still find a significant differ-
                                                                            sonnel, internal customers are staff of the Appraiser's office.
ence between our appraisal and what you believe your prop-
                                                                                 Over the past five years we have strengthened our com-
erty's value is, you may be heard before a Special Master at a
                                                                            mitment to the public. All our brochures have been rewritten
value adjustment board hearing. A written application to be
                                                                            to update all legislative changes and we have added a brochure
heard by the Board must be filed with the Clerk of the Circuit
                                                                            for the GIS Service Center, these changes have also been
Court's Office. Applications may be obtained from the
                                                                            updated on our website at www.acpafl.org. We have
Property Appraiser's Office.
                                                                            revamped our website, where possible, to meet customer feed-
      The Special Master is a part of this process as an impartial
                                                                            back suggestions.
party. The sole purpose of the Special Master is to make the

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Economics
A L A C H U A   C O U N T Y   P R O P E R T Y   A P P R A I S E R
                                                       ALACHUA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER




Population
                           POPULATION ALACHUA COUNTY
Total Population                                                247,561
Population by Age Group:
0-17                                                             46,903
18-34                                                            95,745
35-54                                                            58,821
55-64                                                            20,233
65-79                                                            16,909
80 & Over                                                         6,950
Population: Small CitiesLATION SMALL CITIES
Alachua                                                           8,493
Archer                                                            1,302
Gainesville                                                     108,655
Hawthorne                                                         1,464
High Springs                                                      4,213
LaCrosse                                                            158
Micanopy                                                            658
Newberry                                                          3,804
Waldo                                                               773
Unincorporated                                                  230,027




Education
                                PUBLIC EDUCATION
Elementary                                                            24
Middle Schools                                                         7
High Schools                                                           7
Charter Schools                                                       15



                              COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
City College
St. Leo University
Webster University
University of Florida
COMMUNITY COLLEGES:
Santa Fe Community College
VO-TECH SCHOOLS:
Santa Fe Community College




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ECONOMICS




     Labor
                                      MAJOR EMPLOYERS
    Corporation                                Industry                          #
    University of Florida                      Education                     14723
    Shands Hospital                            Healthcare                    12588
    Veterans Affairs Medical Center            Healthcare                      4317
    Alachua County School Board                Public Education               4299
    City of Gainesville                        City Government                2200
    Publix Supermarkets                        Grocery                        2,056
    North Florida Regional Medical Center      Healthcare                     1700
    Nationwide Insurance Company               Insurance                      1300
    Alachua County                             Government                     1120
    Santa Fe Community College                 Education                        796
    Wal-Mart Distribution Center               Grocery                          736
    Gator Dining Services                      Food Service                     625
    Dollar General Distribution Center         Retail                           624
    Meridien Behavioral Health Care            Mental Healthcare                620
    Wal-Mart Stores                            Grocery                          504
    Tower Hill Insurance Group                 Insurance                        500
    Regeneration Technologies, Inc.            Orthopedic/Cardio Implants       365
    Cox Communications                         Communication                    350
    Hunter Marine Corporation                  Sailboats                        325
    AvMed Health Plan                          Health Plans                     317
    UF Athletic Association                    Athletics                        300
    U.S. Postal Services                       Mail Delivery                    296
    Florida Farm Bureau                        Agricultural Association         260
    CH2M Hill Southeast, Inc.                  Engineering Consulting Firm      254
    Performance Food Group                     Distribution - Food              245
    Exactech, Inc.                             Orthopedic Implant Devices       235
    J.C. Penney Company                        Retail - Dept. and Discount      230
    Medical Manager                            Healthcare Management            220
    The Gainesville Sun                        Publishing                       214
    Paradigm Properties                        Property Management              200
    Bear Archery                               Manufacturing                    187
    Campus USA Credit Union                    Banking Services                 185
    BellSouth                                  Telephone Communication          179
    Fla. Dept. of Children & Families          Human Services                   172
    Sears, Roebuck & Company                   Retail - Dept. and Discount      172
    Lifesouth Community Blood Centers          Healthcare                       170
    Info Tech, Inc.                            IT/Consulting                    160




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                             MAJOR EMPLOYERS CONTINUED
Clariant LSM                                Manufacturing                  140
MD Tech                                     Medical Manufacturing          140
Florida Credit Union                        Banking Services               135
Naylor Publications, Inc.                   Publication Consulting         130
Bank of America                             Banking Services               115
Wachovia                                    Banking Services               110
Fabco-Air                                   Manufacturing                   97
The Crom Corporation                        Composite Tanks                 95
AllTel Communications                       Radiotelephone Communication    82
Belk                                        Retail - Dept. and Discount     70
Barr Systems                                Data Communications Systems     54
Compass Bank                                Banking Services                50




                            COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL SERVICES
Electric Companies:
Gainesville Regional Utilities
Florida Power Corporation
Clay Electric Corporation
Natural Gas Companies:
Gainesville Regional Utilities
Telephone Companies:
Bellsouth
AT&T
Sprint
Alltel Communications
Water & Sewer Companies:
Gainesville Regional Utilties




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Residential Permits
   2500

                                                                                        Year                   Residential Permits
                                                                                        1998                             1,865
   2000
                                                                                        1999                             1,910
                                                                                        2000                             1,711
                                                                                        2001                             1,721
   1500
                                                                                        2002                             1,677
                                                                                        2003                             1,932
                                                                                        2004                             2,130
   1000
                                                                                        2005                             2,062
                                                                                        2006                             1,467
                                                                                        2007                               991
    500
                                                                                        2008                               648
                                          Residential Permits
                                                                                        Source: Alachua County Property Appraiser
      0
           1998   1999   2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008




Subdivision Lots

    2500                                                                                Year                   Subdivision Lots
                                                                                        2004                                 1127
    2000                                                                                2005                                 1606
                                                                                        2006                                 1935
    1500                                                                                2007                                  899
                                                                                        2008                                  179
    1000                                                                                2009                                   80

     500                                                                                Source: Alachua County Property Appraiser


          0
                  2004      2005       2006          2007       2008       2009

                                              Total Subdivision Lots




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Deeds

                                                                      Year                            Deeds
                                                                      1998                             9725
14000
                                                                      1999                             9888
12000                                                                 2000                             9232
10000                                                                 2001                            10371
 8000                                                                 2002                             9741
                                                                      2003                            11842
 6000
                                                                      2004                            11823
 4000                                                                 2005                            11971
 2000                                                                 2006                            12164
    0                                                                 2007                             9894
            1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008    2008                             7186
                                      Deeds                           Source: Alachua County Property Appraiser




Median Square Feet
  2500                                                                Year                            Deeds
                                                                      1998                             1866
  2000                                                                1999                             1909
                                                                      2000                             1910
                                                                      2001                             1929
  1500
                                                                      2002                             1880
                                                                      2003                             1932
  1000                                                                2004                             1866
                                                                      2005                             1898
   500                                                                2006                             1988
                                                                      2007                             2020
                                                                      2008                             1868
        0
             1998    2000    2002   2004      2006   2008             Source: Alachua County Property Appraiser

                            Median Square Feet




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Final
2008 Tax Roll
A L A C H U A   C O U N T Y   P R O P E R T Y   A P P R A I S E R
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Where Does Your Tax Dollar Go?



                                                   WATER MGMT. DISTRICTS




                                                                                               SCHOOL BOARD




                                                                                                                                       CITY OR MSTU
                                       LIBRARIES
                  COUNTY




            35%                        6%          2%                                         40%                                     17%

                            FINAL 2008 MILLAGES FOR ALACHUA COUNTY
 Office of Ed Crapo, CFA, ASA, AAS
 Alachua County Property Appraiser

                           Code        Operating                             Debt          Total

 COUNTY                                 7.5708                             0.2500         7.8208
 LIBRARY                                1.2491                             0.0915         1.3406
 SUWANNEE                               0.4399                                            0.4399
 ST. JOHNS                              0.4158                                            0.4158
 School
 Discretionary                          2.4580                             0.6450
 Required Local                         5.2560                                            8.3590
 Cities                                                                                                          TOTAL MILLAGES
 Alachua                   17            4.6966                                          4.6966                  22.6569
 Archer (Law/Fire)         27            4.5000                                          4.5000                  25.0824
 Gainesville               37            4.2544                                          4.2544                  22.2147
 Gainesville               36            4.2544                                          4.2544                            22.1906
 Hawthorne                 46            5.3194                                          5.3194                            23.2556
 High Springs              57            6.1500                                          6.1500                  24.1103
 Lacrosse (Law)            67            2.0272                                          2.0272                  19.9875
 Micanopy                  76            8.0000                                          8.0000                            25.9362
 Newberry                  87            3.9999                                          3.9999                  23.4810
 Waldo                     97            5.8686                                          5.8686                  23.8289
 Waldo                     96            5.8686                                          5.8686                            23.8048
 Unincorporated                      MSTU Unincorp                         MSTU-Law      MSTU-Fire                   Total Suwannee   St. Johns
 MSTU                      03 & 05         0.3847                          1.5208         1.1013                  3.0068   20.9671
 MSTU                      02 & 04         0.3847                          1.5208         1.1013                  3.0068              20.9430


 2008 SOH Cap = 3.0%                                                          BOLD = Millage Change from Preliminary Millages



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New Construction and Reappraisal
JUST VALUE
                                                                                                               Year      New Construction   Reappraisal Real Estate
2,500,000,000                                                                                                              Just Value            Only Just Value
                                                                                                               1997          234,329,400             410,662,460
2,000,000,000                                                                                                  1998          161,116,100             256,336,474
                                                                                                               1999          197,371,500             376,970,650
1,500,000,000
                                                                                                               2000          216,102,600             285,889,200
1,000,000,000                                                                                                  2001          319,028,000             471,591,100
                                                                                                               2002          248,985,000             201,161,887
  500,000,000                                                                                                  2003          248,752,300             695,903,443
                                                                                                               2004          373,300,500           1,570,837,170
               0                                                                                               2005          387,490,000           1,389,509,590
                   1997   1998   1999    2000   2001   2002    2003   2004   2005    2006   2007
                                                                                                               2006          381,627,400           2,200,105,810
                                                        Years                                                  2007          474,404,200           1,886,755,490
                                                                                                               2008          412,824,400             880,358,824
        New Construction Taxable Value
                                                                                                               Source: 2007 Final Roll
        Reappraisal Taxable Value




TAXABLE VALUE
                                                                                                               Year                             New Construction
                                                                                                                                                   Taxable Value
 400,000,000                                                                                                   1998                                  141,166,960
 350,000,000                                                                                                   1999                                  172,954,859
 300,000,000                                                                                                   2000                                  190,179,796
 250,000,000                                                                                                   2001                                  240,840,512
 200,000,000                                                                                                   2002                                  185,374,008
 150,000,000                                                                                                   2003                                  223,245,548
 100,000,000                                                                                                   2004                                  238,020,560
  50,000,000                                                                                                   2005                                  328,986,860
          0                                                                                                    2006                                  348,599,750
                   1998   1999    2000     2001    2002       2003    2004    2005     2006    2007     2008   2007                                  365,998,160
                                                                                                               2008                                  378,366,320
                                                          Years
        New Construction Taxable Value                                                                         Source: 2008 Final Roll




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Residential vs. Commercial
JUST VALUE
                                                                                         Year      Residential     Commercial Inc.
                                                                                                   Just            TPP Just          Combined Just
$18,000,000,000                                                                          1999      3,973,307,600   3,620,635,969      7,593,943,569
$16,000,000,000                                                                          2000      4,296,840,200   3,738,913,934      8,035,754,134
$14,000,000,000
                                                                                         2001      4,665,037,500   4,006,361,420      8,671,398,920
$12,000,000,000
$10,000,000,000                                                                          2002      5,110,361,600   4,157,325,940      9,267,687,540
 $8,000,000,000                                                                          2003      5,674,104,330   4,476,592,964     10,150,697,294
 $6,000,000,000                                                                          2004      6,450,177,300   4,662,064,465     11,112,241,765
 $4,000,000,000
                                                                                         2005      7,484,167,290   4,980,898,634     12,465,065,924
 $2,000,000,000
             $0
                                                                                         2006      9,066,748,500   5,502,880,563     14,569,629,063
                   1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008                     2007     10,625,834,690   6,385,862,780     17,011,697,470
                                               Years                                     2008     11,134,090,714   6,519,329,769     17,653,420,483
         Residential Just                                                                Source: 2008 Final Roll
         Commercial Inc. TPP Just
         Combined Just




TAXABLE VALUE
                                                                                         Year      Residential     Commercial Inc.
$12,000,000,000
                                                                                                   Taxable         TPP Taxable       Combined Taxable
                                                                                         1999      2,629,213,433   2,397,674,274      5,026,887,707
$10,000,000,000                                                                          2000      2,904,669,604   2,564,553,111      5,469,222,715
 $8,000,000,000
                                                                                         2001      3,209,552,521   2,845,372,306      6,054,924,827
                                                                                         2002      3,483,386,301   3,018,047,260      6,501,433,561
 $6,000,000,000                                                                          2003      3,867,110,400   3,292,736,014      7,159,846,414
                                                                                         2004      4,300,389,828   3,459,022,005      7,759,411,833
 $4,000,000,000
                                                                                         2005      4,958,622,375   3,777,613,599      8,736,235,974
 $2,000,000,000                                                                          2006      5,988,449,048   4,163,581,926     10,152,030,974
                                                                                         2007      7,043,783,928   4,556,742,993     11,600,526,921
            $0
                  1999   2000   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008    2008      6,626,657,220   4,800,213,127     11,426,870,347
         Residential Taxable                   Years
         Commercial Inc. TPP Taxable                                                     Source: 2008 Final Roll
         Combined Taxable




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Year-to-Year Change
JUST VALUE

                                                                          Year                        Just Value
  25,000,000,000                                                          1999                      11,254,749,876
                                                                          2000                      11,765,772,999
  20,000,000,000                                                          2001                      12,638,786,207
                                                                          2002                      13,106,639,126
  15,000,000,000                                                          2003                      14,109,419,913
                                                                          2004                      16,041,677,784
  10,000,000,000                                                          2005                      17,823,042,535
                                                                          2006                      20,568,552,759
                                                                          2007                      23,455,508,228
   5,000,000,000
                                                                          2008                      24,587,376,718
                  -                                                       Source: 2008 Final Roll
                      1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
                                             Years




TAXABLE VALUE

  14,000,000,000                                                          Year                         Taxable Value
                                                                          1999                       5,586,255,848
  12,000,000,000                                                          2000                       6,059,970,352
                                                                          2001                       6,655,961,286
  10,000,000,000
                                                                          2002                       7,143,329,037
   8,000,000,000                                                          2003                       7,863,116,773
                                                                          2004                       8,530,910,912
   6,000,000,000                                                          2005                       9,636,626,680
                                                                          2006                      11,211,533,207
   4,000,000,000                                                          2007                      12,815,621,528
                                                                          2008                      12,671,774,593
   2,000,000,000
                                                                          Source: 2008 Final Roll
              -
                      1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
                                             Years




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2008 Taxable Value Breakdown
BY PROPERTY TYPE


         Tangible Personal       Other
             Property             5%                                    Year                         Taxable Values       %
                8%                                                      Residential                   7,102,087,301     56.14%
                                                                        Multi-Family                  1,252,534,940      9.90%
 Commercial /                                                           Commercial / Industrial       2,648,898,307     20.94%
  Industrial                                                            Tangible Personal Property    1,075,816,480      8.50%
     21%                                                                Other                           571,980,140      4.52%
                                                                                                     12,651,317,168

          Multi-Family                                                  Source: 2008 Final Roll
              10%                              Residential
                                                  56%




Save Our Homes
DEFERRED AMOUNT

 2,500,000,000                                                       Year           Deferred                          # of Homes
                                                                                                                      Amount
                                                                     1999            319,324,110                      43,179
 2,000,000,000
                                                                     2000            346,535,300                      44,165
                                                                     2001            389,404,220                      44,733
 1,500,000,000                                                       2002            533,791,890                      45,768
                                                                     2003            695,770,530                      46,475
 1,000,000,000                                                       2004            997,748,650                      47,569
                                                                     2005            1,350,504,930                    48,451
                                                                     2006            1,877,892,110                    49,509
  500,000,000                                                        2007            2,355,631,830                    50,696
                                                                     2008            2,295,775,910                    51,665
            0
                 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008   Source: 2008 Final Roll
                   Deferred Amount




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Alachua County Principal Taxpayers
2008 — REAL, TANGIBLE, PERSONAL PROPERTY & CENTRALLY ASSESSED

                         COUNTY WIDE                                                           CITY OF ALACHUA
OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE                                                     OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers             Overall Taxable % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers            Overall Taxable % of Total
                                                  Value Tax. Value                                                         Value Tax. Value
1. Oaks Mall Gainesville, Ltd            $132,224,700       1.04%         1. Wal-Mart Stores East LP                84,454,800     11.02%
2. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.       87,773,250      0.69%         2. Dolgencorp Inc.                        72,560,400      9.47%
3. Wal-Mart Stores East LP                  84,454,800      0.67%         3. Regeneration Technologies Inc          22,669,680      2.96%
4. Dolgencorp Inc.                          72,681,480      0.57%         4. Alachua Development LLC                11,865,100      1.55%
5. HCA Health Services of Fla Inc.          68,710,800      0.54%         5. Waco of Alabama Inc.                   11,469,200      1.50%
6. Florida Rock Industries, Inc.            68,455,500      0.54%         6. Hunter Marine Corporation               7,231,220      0.94%
7. Oak Hammock at the University of FL Inc. 62,020,600      0.49%         7. MAS Holding Company Inc.                6,922,500      0.90%
8. S. Clark Butler Properties Lan, Trust    46,532,100      0.37%         8. Baugh Southeast Cooperative, Inc.       6,831,400      0.89%
9. ELPF Gainesville LLC LIC, Gainesville 42,296,300         0.33%         9. Innovation Partners Ltd.                4,311,900      0.56%
10.Clay Electric Cooperative Inc.           38,025,028      0.30%         10.Maronda Homes Inc.                      4,121,500      0.54%

REAL ESTATE VALUE                                                         REAL ESTATE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                 Real Estate % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers               Real Estate % of Total
                                                  Value Tax. Value                                                        Value Tax. Value
1. Oaks Mall Gainesville Ltd Partnership $132,224,700       1.14%         1. Dolgencorp Inc.                       $49,394,300      7.73%
2. HCA Health Services of Fla., Inc.         68,710,800     0.59%         2. Wal-Mart Stores East LP                46,941,800      7.35%
3. Oak Hammock at the University of FL, Inc. 62,020,600     0.54%         3. Alachua Development LLC                11,865,100      1.86%
4. Dolgencorp Inc.                           49,394,300     0.43%         4. Waco of Alabama Inc.                   11,469,200      1.79%
5. Wal-Mart Stores East LP                   46,941,800     0.41%         5. Regeneration Technologies Inc.          9,472,600      1.48%
6. S. Clark Butler Properties Lan, Trust     46,532,100     0.40%         6. MAS Holding Company Inc.                6,922,500      1.08%
7. Elpf Gainesville LLC LIC, Gainesville     42,296,300     0.37%         7. Baugh Southeast Cooperative, Inc.       6,831,400      1.07%
8. Gainesville Place LLC                     34,909,000     0.30%         8. Hunter Marine Corporation               4,809,000      0.75%
9. Inland American Lodging, Gaiensville, LLC 33,533,600     0.29%         9. Innovation Partners Ltd                 4,311,900      0.67%
10. ACC OP LLC                               30,740,500     0.27%         10.Maronda Homes Inc.                      4,121,500      0.65%


PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE                                                   PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE

Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                    Personal % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                  Personal % of Total
                                         Property Value Tax. Value                                               Property Value Tax. Value
                                                                          1. Wal-Mart Stores Eas, LP, BPP7035   $38,513,000        30.28%
1.    Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc. $85,300,750        7.78%
                                                                          2. Dolgencorp Inc.                     23,166,100        18.22%
2.    Florida Rock Industries                68,455,500     6.24%
                                                                          3. Regeneration Technologies, Inc.     13,197,080        10.38%
3.    Florida Power Corp                     55,707,155     5.08%
                                                                          4. Hipp Construction Eq Co              4,105,370         3.23%
4.    Cox Comm Inc.                          46,649,590     4.25%
                                                                          5. Windstream Florida Inc.              3,344,440         2.63%
5.    Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.        38,025,028     3.47%
                                                                          6. Sandvik Mining Construction, USA LLC 2,781,530         2.19%
6.    Walmart Stores Eas, LP BPP7035         37,513,000     3.42%
                                                                          7. Hunter Marine Corporation            2,422,220         1.90%
7.    Anheuser Busch Companies               27,439,530     2.50%
                                                                          8. Tutogen Medical Inc.                 1,902,630         1.50%
8.    Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp           26,375,890     2.41%
                                                                          9. Ring Power Corporation               1,858,115         1.46%
9.    Dolgencorp, Inc.                       23,287,180     2.12%
                                                                          10.Andrews Paving Inc.                  1,803,350         1.42%
10.   Clariant Life Science, Molecules (Fla) 17,199,140     1.57%




Note: Only identical ownership name matches were summed in these totals. Partial interests and property titled in slightly differing names
were not summed together.



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                      CITY OF ARCHER                                                       CITY OF GAINESVILLE
OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE                                                    OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers            Overall Taxable % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers             Overall Taxable % of Total
                                                 Value Tax. Value                                                          Value Tax. Value
1. Maddox Foundry Machine Work, Inc.      $2,640,710      7.86%          1. Oaks Mall Gainesville Ltd                $132,224,700    2.33%
2. Bellsouth Telecommunications Inc.       1,583,533      4.71%          2. HCA Health Services of FLA, Inc.           66,626,900    1.18%
3. Davis Heritage Ltd.                       729,400      2.17%          3. Oak Hammock at the Univerity of FL Inc. 62,020,600       1.09%
4. Rutherford Rentals Inc.                   691,500      2.06%          4. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.         47,917,484    0.85%
5. Archer Homes Ltd.                         679,700      2.02%          5. S Clark Butler Properites Lan, Trust       46,532,100    0.82%
6. Hitchcock & Sons Inc.                     677,400      2.02%          6. Cox Comm Inc.                              45,103,846    0.80%
7. Florida Power Corp.                       625,116      1.86%          7. ELPF Gainesville LLC LIC, Gainesville 42,296,300         0.75%
8. TRC Properties Inc.                       520,500      1.55%          8. Gainesville Place LLC                      34,909,000    0.62%
9. Archer Village Ltd.                       418,700      1.25%          9. Florida Power Corp                         34,289,670    0.61%
10.Lauderdale, Melvin V.                     375,800      1.12%          10. Inland American Lodging, Gainesville, LLC 33,533,600    0.59%

REAL ESTATE VALUE                                                        REAL ESTATE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers               Real Estate % of Total         Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                 Real Estate % of Total
                                                Value Tax. Value                                                           Value Tax. Value
1. Maddox Foundry Machine Work, Inc.      $2,640,710      9.43%          1. Oaks Mall Gainesville Ltd, Partnership $132,224,700      2.58%
2. Davis Heritage Ltd.                       729,400      2.60%          2. HCA Health Services of Fla Inc.           66,626,900     1.30%
3. Rutherford Rentals, Inc.                  691,500      2.47%          3. Oak Hammock at the University of FL, Inc. 62,020,600     1.21%
4. Archer Homes Ltd.                         679,700      2.43%          4. S. Clark Butler Properties Lan, Trust     46,532,100     0.91%
5. Hitchcock & Sons Inc.                     677,400      2.42%          5. ELPF Gainesville LLC LIC, Gainesville     42,296,300     0.83%
6. Lauderdale, Melvin V                      587,600      2.10%          6. Gainesville Place LLC                     34,909,000     0.68%
7. TRC Properties, Inc.                      520,500      1.86%          7. Inland American Lodging, Gainesville, LLC 33,533,600     0.66%
8. Archer Village Ltd.                       418,700      1.49%          8. Campus Lodge Of Gainesville, LTD          30,281,900     0.59%
9. Realty Income Properties, Inc.            343,500      1.23%          9. Kings Gainesville Apartments, LLC         27,129,500     0.53%
10. Davis, Jeffrey & Robin                   332,800      1.19%          10. SCI Gateway at Club Fund 1, LLC Et Al 25,969,200        0.51%

PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE                                                  PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                  Personal % of Total         Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                    Personal % of Total
                                       Property Value Tax. Value                                                  Property Value Tax. Value
1. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.      $1,481,033    26.53%          1. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.      $46,960,684      8.53%
2. Maddox Foundry Machine Work, Inc. 1,128,310           20.21%          2. Cox Comm Inc.                            45,103,846      8.19%
3. Florida Power Corp.                        625,116    11.20%          3. Florida Power Corp.                      34,289,670      6.22%
4. T W Williams Jr. Inc.                      273,710     4.90%          4. Anheuser Busch Companies                 27,439,530      4.98%
5. The Pantry Inc.                            202,290     3.62%          5. Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp             26,375,890      4.79%
6. Comcast of Florida/Georgia LL, Inc.        178,430     3.20%          6. Clariant Life Science, Molecules         17,199,140      3.12%
7. Alltel Communications, Inc.                155,825     2.79%          7. Gainesville Regional Utilities           11,881,454      2.16%
8. Sprintcom Inc.                             142,532     2.55%          8. Exactech Inc.                            10,404,070      1.89%
9. Verizon Wireless Personal, Communication 140,507       2.52%          9. Osteen Brothers Inc.                      7,386,000      1.34%
10.SBA Tower Inc.                             138,523     2.48%          10. Publix Super Markets Inc.                6,905,430      1.25%




Note: Only identical ownership name matches were summed in these totals. Partial interests and property titled in slightly differing names
were not summed together.



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                  CITY OF HAWTHORNE                                                        CITY OF HIGH SPRINGS
OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE                                                     OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers             Overall Taxable % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers          Overall Taxable % of Total
                                                  Value Tax. Value                                                       Value Tax. Value
1. Fred D.Bentley Sr.                      $1,841,400      3.66%          1. Lamson & Sessions                     $5,476,070      1.97%
2. Florida Septic Inc.                      1,658,590      3.30%          2. High Springs Commercial, Properties LLC4,478,200      1.61%
3. Little Orange Lake Investors, LLC        1,272,100      2.53%          3. Orrin H Cope Produce Inc.              4,147,300      1.49%
4. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.       1,140,603      2.27%          4. Northend Homeland LLC                  3,701,100      1.33%
5. Hawthorne Gators Ltd.                      916,500      1.82%          5. Old Bailey LLC                         3,564,000      1.28%
6. Florida Power & Light Company              852,230      1.70%          6. Florida Power corp                     3,290,826      1.18%
7. Bass & Higginbotham Ltd.                   708,900      1.41%          7. High Springs Hills Properties          2,869,700      1.03%
8. WH Gross Company                           656,400      1.31%          8. Stankunas Concrete Pumping Inc.        2,488,190      0.89%
9. FTAL Hawthorne LC                          653,200      1.30%          9. Prime Conduit Inc.                     2,010,200      0.72%
10.MH Parson & Sons Lumber Co.                638,500      1.27%          10.Windstream Florida Inc.                1,726,659      0.62%

REAL ESTATE VALUE                                                         REAL ESTATE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                Real Estate % of Total         Top Ten Principal Taxpayers              Real Estate % of Total
                                                 Value Tax. Value                                                        Value Tax. Value
1. Fred D Bentley Sr.                $1,841,400            4.35%          1. High Springs Commercial Properties.LLC $4,478,200     1.76%
2. Little Orange Lake Investors, LLC  1,272,100            3.01%          2. Orrin H Cope Produce Inc.               4,147,300     1.63%
3. Hawthorne Gators Ltd.                916,500            2.17%          3. Northend Homeland LLC                   3,701,100     1.46%
4. Bass & Higginbotham Ltd.             708,900            1.68%          4. Old Bailey LLC                          3,564,000     1.40%
5. Florida Septic Inc.                  696,600            1.65%          5. High Springs Hills Properties           2,869,700     1.13%
6. WH Gross Company                     656,400            1.55%          6. Prime Conduit Inc.                      2,010,200     0.79%
7. FTAL Hawthorne LC                    653,200            1.54%          7. Spring Hill Village Inc.                1,922,400     0.76%
8. MH Parson & Sons Lumber              638,500            1.51%          8. Sherer Studio Inc.                      1,446,300     0.57%
9. Hawthorne RRH Ltd.                   506,100            1.20%          9. Tillman Jr & Stinnett                     976,700     0.38%
10.Neighborhood Housing, Development Corp.497,200          1.18%          10. Limited Access Properties Inc.           909,500     0.36%

PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE                                                   PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                   Personal % of Total         Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                 Personal % of Total
                                        Property Value Tax. Value                                               Property Value Tax. Value
1. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.      $1,140,603     14.32%          1 . Lamson & Sessions                    $5,476,070    22.26%
2. Florida Septic Inc.                        961,990     12.08%          2. Florida Power Corp                     3,290,826    13.38%
3. Florida Power & Light Company              852,230     10.70%          3. Stankunas Concrete Pumping Inc.        2,488,190    10.11%
4. Holiday CVS LLC                            525,460      6.60%          4. Windstream Florida Inc.                1,726,659     7.02%
5. Hitchocks & Sons Inc.                      399,680      5.02%          5. Inergy Propane LLC                     1,218,540     4.95%
6. Sprintcom Inc.                             296,063      3.72%          6. Winn Dixie Stores Inc.                 1,033,100     4.20%
7. Alltel Communications Inc.                 220,691      2.77%          7. James Cable Communications               942,512     3.83%
8. MCI Worldcom Network Serv, Inc.            205,340      2.58%          8. Sherer Studios Inc.                      838,130     3.41%
9. James Cable Communications                 180,642      2.27%          9. Loncala Phosphate Co.                    747,380     3.04%
10.AT&T Mobility LLC                          174,218      2.19%          10.Popular Equipment Finance Inc.           377,273     1.53%




Note: Only identical ownership name matches were summed in these totals. Partial interests and property titled in slightly differing names
were not summed together.



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                    CITY OF LACROSSE                                                      TOWN OF MICANOPY
OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE                                                   OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers           Overall Taxable % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers             Overall Taxable % of Total
                                                Value Tax. Value                                                          Value Tax. Value
1. FL Ranch LLC                          $1,292,000     10.61%          1. Inniscarra Inc.                           $749,800      2.58%
2. Roland J & Katherine Thomas              453,170      3.72%          2. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.         743,913      2.56%
3. Robert & Glorida Moore                   313,400      2.57%          3. Franklin Crates Inc.                       653,000      2.25%
4. James & Alva Collier                     309,100      2.54%          4. Frank J. Dahmer                            595,600      2.05%
5. Sakichand & Dhanmattie Dalchand          295,400      2.43%          5. Florida Heritage Books, inc.               570,000      1.96%
6. Southern Live Oak Holdings Inc.          294,890      2.42%          6. Micanopy Animal Hospital Inc.              508,600      1.75%
7. Olen & Andrea Hunter                     261,500      2.15%          7. Glen W Gilson III                          489,600      1.69%
8. James & Diana Peterson                   255,000      2.10%          8. Smyth Jr & Swinford                        435,000      1.50%
9. Bass & Furney & Lyons                    254,700      2.09%          9. Robinson & Robinson                        418,800      1.44%
10.Alltel Communications Inc.               252,276      2.07%          10.Gordon & Susan Marino                      392,600      1.35%

REAL ESTATE VALUE                                                       REAL ESTATE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers              Real Estate % of Total         Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                Real Estate % of Total
                                               Value Tax. Value                                                          Value Tax. Value
1. FL Ranch LLC                          $1,292,000     12.02%          1. Inniscarra Inc.                           $749,800      2.77%
2. Roland J & Katherine E Roland            453,170      4.21%          2. Franklin Crates, Inc.                      653,000      2.41%
3. Robert & Gloria Moore                    313,400      2.91%          3. Frank Dahmer                               595,600      2.20%
4. James & Alva Collier                     309,100      2.87%          4. Florida Heritage Books Inc.                570,000      2.11%
5. Sakichand & Dhanmattie Dalchand          295,400      2.75%          5. Micanopy Animal Hospital, Inc.             508,600      1.88%
6. Olen C & Andrea Hunter                   261,500      2.43%          6. Glen W Gilson III                          489,600      1.81%
7. James J & Diana C Peterson               255,000      2.37%          7. Smyth Jr & Swinford                        435,000      1.61%
8. Bass & Furney & Lyons                    254,700      2.37%          8. Robinson & Robinson                        418,800      1.55%
9. Dominic F & Jennifer G Wilkerson         239,600      2.23%          9. Gordon & Susan Marino                      392,600      1.45%
10.Richard A & Sheila A Dubberly            215,100      2.00%          10.JD Holdings LLC                            357,200      1.32%

PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE                                                 PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                 Personal % of Total         Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                   Personal % of Total
                                      Property Value Tax. Value                                                 Property Value Tax. Value
1. Southern Live Oak Holdings Inc.         $294,890     20.76%          1. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.        $743,913     37.57%
2. Alltel Communications, Inc.              252,276     17.76%          2. Florida Power Corp.                        391,400     19.77%
3. Jeff Thomas                              160,640     11.31%          3. MA-Com Inc.                                285,208     14.41%
4. SBA Towers II LLC                        108,790      7.66%          4. Micanopy Animal Hospital Inc.               59,740      3.02%
5. Florida Power Corp                        92,227      6.49%          5. The Pantry Inc.                             55,170      2.79%
6. The Pantry Inc.                           61,400      4.32%          6. Inniscarr Inc                               41,780      2.11%
7. Gerald Smith                              23,090      1.63%          7. Franklin Crates Inc.                        41,480      2.10%
8. Hypnosis For Success Inc.                 17,833      1.26%          8. Assembley of Deliverance Inc.               38,932      1.97%
9. Gerald E Smith, Jr                        13,740      0.97%          9. Directv Inc.                                37,824      1.91%
10.Echostar Satellite Corp                   10,084      0.71%          10.Qwest Communications Corp.                  30,745      1.55%




Note: Only identical ownership name matches were summed in these totals. Partial interests and property titled in slightly differing names
were not summed together.



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(Principal Tax Payers cont...)




                   CITY OF NEWBERRY                                                             CITY OF WALDO
OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE                                                     OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers             Overall Taxable % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers          Overall Taxable % of Total
                                                  Value Tax. Value                                                       Value Tax. Value
1. Florida Rock Industries, Inc.          $70,652,200     23.29%          1. Waldo 301 Enterprises Inc.           $1,231,500       4.91%
2. Watson Construction, Inc.                5,713,880      1.88%          2. M&R United Inc.                       1,009,200       4.02%
3. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.       3,753,343      1.24%          3. Blakewood Family Limited, Partnership 947,000         3.77%
4. Brant Properties LLC                     3,136,400      1.03%          4. Florida Power & Light Company           746,801       2.98%
5. Hitchcock Enterprises Inc.               3,095,000      1.02%          5. Waldo Villas Ltd.                       689,900       2.75%
6. Select Communities Inc.                  2,664,600      0.88%          6. Windstream Florida Inc.                 562,453       2.24%
7. Davis Heritage Ltd.                      2,387,600      0.79%          7. WH Gross Co.                            525,000       2.09%
8. Maronda Homes Inc.                       2,160,000      0.71%          8. Ramsey 21 LLC                           499,700       1.99%
9. Weseman Builders, Inc.                   2,097,600      0.69%          9. Desalvo, Vincent F & Mary S.            448,500       1.79%
10.Norfleet Construction Co. Inc.           1,438,000      0.47%          10.Classic Inn LLC                         393,200       1.57%

REAL ESTATE VALUE                                                         REAL ESTATE VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                 Real Estate % of Total        Top Ten Principal Taxpayers              Real Estate % of Total
                                                  Value Tax. Value                                                       Value Tax. Value
1. Brant Properties LLC                    $3,136,400      1.47%          1. Waldo 301 Enterprises Inc.           $1,231,500       5.80%
2. Hitchcock Enterprises Inc.               3,095,000      1.45%          2. M & R United Inc.                     1,009,200       4.76%
3. Select Communities Inc.                  2,664,600      1.24%          3. Blakewood Family Limited, Partnership 947,000         4.46%
4. Davis Heritage Ltd.                      2,387,600      1.12%          4. Waldo Villas Ltd.                       689,900       3.25%
5. Florida Rock Industries, Inc.            2,196,700      1.03%          5. WH Gross Co                             525,000       2.47%
6. Maronda Homes Inc.                       2,160,000      1.01%          6. Ramsey 21 LLC                           499,700       2.35%
7. Weseman Builders Inc.                    2,097,600      0.98%          7. Desalvo, Vincent F & Mary S             448,500       2.11%
8. Norfleet Construction Co. Inc.           1,438,000      0.67%          8. Classic Inn LLC                         393,200       1.85%
9. Prestige Properties Inc.                 1,262,800      0.59%          9. Griffis & Griffis                       363,600       1.71%
10.Larry R Watson                           1,203,500      0.56%          10.Harikrisna Corp                         320,100       1.51%

PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE                                                   PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                   Personal % of Total         Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                 Personal % of Total
                                        Property Value Tax. Value                                               Property Value Tax. Value
1. Florida Rock Industries, Inc.            $68,455,500   76.69%          1. Florida Power & Light Co.                $746,801   19.24%
2. Watson Construction Inc.                   5,713,880    6.40%          2. Windstream Florida Inc.                   562,453   14.49%
3. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.         3,695,443    4.14%          3. Petro south Inc. #259                     220,460    5.68%
4. Ring Power Corporation                       880,936    0.99%          4. MH2 Inc.                                  193,650    4.99%
5. Trinity Materials LLC, Atlas Tax (St.M.)     838,760    0.94%          5. Nextel South Corp                         183,912    4.74%
6. Budd Broadcasting Inc.                       654,170    0.73%          6. Ramsey Development Inc.                   176,510    4.55%
7. New Age Media of Gainesville, LLC            645,390    0.72%          7. Spectrasite Communications, Inc.          124,949    3.22%
8. Chesapeake Utilities Corp.                   577,460    0.65%          8. Verizon Wireless Personal, Communication 110,138     2.84%
9. Alltel Communications Inc.                   510,762    0.57%          9. Ring Power Corporation                    101,304    2.61%
10.Rustic Manor LLC                             496,100    0.56%          10.Waldo Racing Sports LLC                    99,100    2.55%




Note: Only identical ownership name matches were summed in these totals. Partial interests and property titled in slightly differing names
were not summed together.



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                                                                            3.    Magnolia Place Apartments LLC             18,149,100       0.35%
               UNINCORPORATED MSTU
                                                                            4.    Fla Farm Bureau Casualty Ins. Co          18,082,100       0.35%
OVERALL TAXABLE VALUE                                                       5.    North Fla Retirement Village, Inc.        17,996,500       0.34%
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers            Overall Taxable % of Total           6.    Park Lane Venture I LLC                   16,489,900       0.32%
                                                 Value Tax. Value           7.    Bellamy Grand LLC                         14,947,800       0.29%
1. Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.        $37,962,704     0.69%             8.    Flournoy Development Co.                  14,346,200       0.27%
2. Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.       32,632,508    0.59%             9.    Santa Fe Pointe Ltd.                      14,038,100       0.27%
3. ACC OP LLC                               30,740,500    0.56%             10.   Asbury Park Apartments of Gainesville     13,323,800       0.25%
4. 1505 Fort Clarke Boulevard, Apartments I 22,509,500    0.41%
5. Magnolia Place Apartments, LLC           18,149,100    0.33%             PERSONAL PROPERTY VALUE
6. Fla Farm Bureau Casualty Ins, Co.        18,082,100    0.33%             Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                         Personal % of Total
7. North Fla Retirement Village, Inc.       17,996,500    0.33%                                                           Property Value Tax. Value
8. Park Land Venture I LLC                  16,489,900    0.30%             1. Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.          $37,962,704        13.37%
9. Bellemay Grand LLC                       14,947,800    0.27%             2. Bellsouth Telecommunications Inc.         31,277,208        11.02%
10.Flournoy Development Co.                 14,346,200    0.26%             3. Florida Power Corp                        14,229,737         5.01%
                                                                            4. General Electric Credit, Corp of Tenness 10,462,018          3.69%
REAL ESTATE VALUE                                                           5. Alltel Communications Inc.                 7,536,320         2.65%
Top Ten Principal Taxpayers                Real Estate % of Total           6. Cox Florida Telecom LP                     5,439,216         1.92%
                                                 Value Tax. Value           7. Publix Super Markets Inc.                  4,609,800         1.62%
1. ACC OP LLC                          $30,740,500        0.59%             8. CROM Corp                                  4,609,700         1.62%
2. 1505 Fort Clarke Blvd., Apartments I 22,509,500        0.43%             9. Doctors Imaging Group                      4,182,360         1.47%
                                                                            10.Windstream Florida Inc.                    3,820,487         1.35%



Note: Only identical ownership name matches were summed in these totals. Partial interests and property titled in slightly differing names
were not summed together.




Property Tax Levies & Collections
LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS                                                                         Alachua County
Fiscal Year          Tax Year          Total Tax Levy       Current Tax Collections        % of Tax Collected
1998-99               1998             145,080,127             138,913,859                       95.7%
1999-00               1999             152,410,647             145,835,896                       95.7%
2000-01               2000             163,906,080             155,848,995                       95.1%
2001-2002             2001             177,557,372             169,815,421                       95.6%
2002-2003             2002             191,198,779             183,583,857                       96.0%
2003-2004             2003             207,645,262             199,006,888                       95.8%
2004-2005             2004             219,154,813             211,076,952                       96.3%
2005-2006             2005             244,588,259             235,416,992                       96.3%
2006-2007             2006             277,974,746             268,101,300                       96.4%
2007-2008             2007             288,550,753             278,423,407                       96.5%

Source: Alachua County Comprehensive Financial Annual Report




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Preliminary

2009 Tax Roll
A L A C H U A   C O U N T Y   P R O P E R T Y   A P P R A I S E R
                                                                                                 ALACHUA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER




Tax Roll Value
                                                                                      Year    Taxable Value    % Change      Just Value     % Change
  25.0
                                                                                      1999    $5,586,255,848    7.9%      $11,254,749,876    5.8%
                                                                                      2000    $6,053,442,918    8.4%      $11,737,600,248    4.3%
  20.0
                                                                                      2001    $6,666,901,507   10.1%      $12,647,146,011    7.7%
B
I
L 15.0
                                                                                      2002    $7,110,913,473    6.7%      $13,061,833,904    3.3%
L
I                                                                                     2003    $7,863,116,773   10.6%      $14,046,319,415    7.5%
O
N 10.0
S                                                                                     2004    $8,492,027,581    8.0%      $16,002,723,377   13.9%
                                                                                      2005    $9,602,686,621   13.1%      $17,785,233,196   11.1%
    5.0
                                                                                      2006   $11,316,747,994   17.8%      $20,585,227,893   15.7%
                                                                                      2007   $12,804,841,757   13.1%      $22,959,557,013   11.5%
    0.0
           1999 2000 2001
                                                                                      2008   $12,750,766,782   -0.4%      $24,916,696,823    8.5%
                          2002 2003 2004
                                           2005    2006   2007
                                                                                      2009   $12,589,423,997   -1.3%      $24,407,315,989   -2.0%
                                                                 2008
          Just Value                                                    2009

          Taxable Value                                                               Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll




Building Permit Activity
    Year               Single Family              Multi-family                      Year
                           Total                     Total                          Total
    1996                   1,073                    1,172                           2,245
    1997                   1,059                      606                           1,665
    1998                   1,091                    1,013                           2,104
    1999                   1,182                    1,963                           3,145
    2000                   1,072                      901                           1,973
    2001                   1,063                    1,272                           2,335
    2002                   1,023                      768                           1,791
    2003                   1,117                      507                           1,624
    2004                   1,328                      681                           2,009
    2005                   1,346                      947                           2,293
    2006                   1,037                      780                           1,817
    2007                     642                      734                           1,376

    Source: 2008 Florida Statistical Abstract




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   Real Property Parcels
       Single Family, 81.4%



                                                                                              Multi-Family, 2.3%

                                                                                             Agricultural, 7.7%




                                                                                                Institutional, 1.1%
                                                                                               Governmental, 1.4%
                                                                                              Other, 0.69%

                                                                                      Business/Commercial/Ind.,5.37%
      Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll




   Real Property Parcel Growth
                              105

                              100

                              95
       Thousands of parcels




                              90

                              85

                              80

                              75

                              70

                              65
                                    1999   2000   2001   2002   2003   2004    2005   2006      2007   2008   2009
                                                                        Year
                    Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll




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Real Property Values
                        $25
                                                                                                      Year          Just Value    % Change        Taxable Value      % Change
                                                                                                      2000      $9,808,386,800      5.3%         $5,215,471,590         8.9%
                        $20                                                                           2001     $10,645,421,000      8.5%         $5,736,461,212        10.0%
Billions of Dollars




                                                                                                      2002     $11,051,777,100      3.8%         $6,147,226,930         7.2%
                        $15
                                                                                                      2003     $11,973,675,200      8.3%         $6,810,657,431        10.8%
                                                                                                      2004     $13,925,756,000     16.3%         $7,492,278,139        10.0%
                                                                                                      2005     $15,683,259,600     12.6%         $8,560,930,355        14.3%
                        $10
                                                                                                      2006     $18,323,001,900     16.8%        $10,233,533,130        19.5%
                                                                                                      2007     $20,698,963,600     13.0%        $11,702,619,546        14.4%
                        $5
                                                                                                      2008     $22,062,174,700      6.6%        $11,660,200,244        -0.4%
                                                                                                      2009     $21,275,746,108     -3.6%        $11,479,349,679        -1.6%
                        $0
                                                                                                      Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll
                                2000


                                       2001


                                              2002


                                                     2003


                                                            2004


                                                                   2005


                                                                          2006


                                                                                 2007


                                                                                        2008


                                                                                               2009




                              Just Value
                              Taxable Value




Tangible Personal Property Value
                        3.5                                                                                  Year                  Just Value                     Taxable Value
                        3.3
                        3.0
                                                                                                             2000                $1,905,618,667               $814,376,547
                        2.8                                                                                  2001                $1,980,417,693               $909,132,977
                        2.5                                                                                  2002                $1,988,115,069               $941,744,808
  Billions of Dollars




                        2.3                                                                                  2003                $2,037,429,505               $955,949,400
                        2.0
                                                                                                             2004                $2,041,123,239               $963,905,304
                        1.8
                        1.5                                                                                  2005                $2,076,504,844              $1,016,287,514
                        1.3                                                                                  2006                $2,236,494,915              $1,057,483,786
                        1.0                                                                                  2007                $2,240,272,617              $1,081,901,415
                        0.8
                                                                                                             2008                $2,831,913,770              $1,069,813,035
                        0.5
                        0.3
                                                                                                             2009                $3,109,558,541              $1,089,972,676
                        0.0
                                                                                                             Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll
                               1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

                              Just Value
                              Taxable Value




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2009 Exemption & Classified Use Values
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Year                                  Value          % of Total
                          6,000,000,000


                          5,000,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Governmental                      $5,167,586,189        48.2%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Homestead & Tpp Exemption         $1,397,857,454        13.0%
                          4,000,000,000                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Additional $25,000                $1,007,998,501         9.4%
 Billions of Dollars




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Homestead Exemption
                          3,000,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Classified Use                     $108,797,600          1.0%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Institutional (Churches, Etc.)    $1,258,501,240        11.7%
                          2,000,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Amendment 10 Deferred Amount      $1,739,170,840        16.2%
                          1,000,000,000                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Widows/widowers & Disabled            $1,751,810        0.02%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Historic                              $1,897,140         4.0%
                                               0                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Senior's                             $46,943,140         0.4%
                                                                                      HOMESTEAD & TPP




                                                                                                        HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION


                                                                                                                                CLASSIFIED USE




                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WIDOWS/WIDOWERS &
                                                                                                                                                                                             AMENDMENT 10 DEFERRED
                                                                   GOVERNMENTAL




                                                                                                                                                                  INSTITUTIONAL (CHURCHES,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                SENIOR'S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             HISTORIC
                                                                                                          ADDITIONAL $25,000
                                                                                        EXEMPTION




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         DISABLED
                                                                                                                                                                                                   AMOUNT
                                                                                                                                                                            ETC.)




2009 Total Tax Roll
                                        12.0



                                        10.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Property Categories              Just Value         Taxable Value
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Business / Comm / Indust    $2,829,505,500      $2,629,852,753
                                         8.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Single Family              $10,992,709,975      $6,954,585,711
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Multi-family                $1,340,985,033      $1,310,532,353
                  Billions of Dollars




                                         6.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Classified Use              $1,481,223,200        $339,820,472
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Institutional                 $689,100,400        $227,565,550
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Government                  $3,864,788,700            $843,510
                                         4.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Other                          $65,572,300          $9,209,230

                                         2.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Just Value
                                         0.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Taxable Value
                                                                                                                                                                                             INSTITUTIONAL



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                GOVERNMENT
                                               BUSINESS / COMM /




                                                                                                                                                 CLASSIFIED USE




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OTHER
                                                                                  SINGLE FAMILY



                                                                                                                 MULTI-FAMILY
                                                    INDUST




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Tangible Personal Property
MUNICIPALITY BREAKDOWN


                                             ALACHUA                 Municipality                   Taxable Value           %
                    MSTU
                                               13%
                    22.3.%                                           Alachua                      $138,718,391           12.7%
     WALDO                                              ARCHER       Archer                         $5,018,449            0.5%
      0.3%                                               0.5%        Gainesville                  $562,959,767           51.6%
 MICANOPY                                                            Hawthorne                      $7,732,268            0.7%
    .2%                                                              High Springs                  $20,625,347            1.9%
 NEWBERRY                                                            Lacrosse                         $974,653           0.09%
   9.7%                                                              Micanopy                       $1,760,680            0.2%
                                                                     Newberry                     $106,069,134            9.7%
  LACROSSE                                                           MSTU                         $243,037,953           22.3%
    .10%
                                                                     Waldo                          $3,076,034            0.3%
 HIGH SPRINGS
    1.9%                                                             Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll
            HAWTHORNE                GAINESVILLE
              0.7%                      51%




Acreage and Agricultural Use
BREAKDOWN BY TYPE

             .CSIM DNALPORC YRESRUN
             %30.0    %7      %40.0
 ERUTSAP
   %.82

                                                                  .GA-NON                                              .GA
                                                                   EGAERCA                                           EGAERCA
                                                                   135,082                                           942,543
                                                                    %54                                               %55
         DRAHCRO
           %90.0                    REBMIT
                                      %46
 Usage                       Total Acres           Parcels          Municipality                     Total Acres         Parcels
 Timber                       221,279               5317*           Alachua County                     625,780          100,593
 Orchard                        3,152                258*           Agricultural Use                   345,249            7,759
 Pasture                       96,238               3684*
                                                                    * Parcels may have more than one use, therefore the total agricul-
 Nursery                        1,590                177*
                                                                    tural use parcels will not equal the sum of the individual uses.
 Cropland                      22,870                835*
 Misc.                            120                 38*           Source: 2009 Preliminary Roll




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Organizational Chart
                                                                                        Property Appraiser         Executive Assistant
                                                                                           Chief Deputy
                                  ADMINISTRATION                                                   GIS                                                                Valuation
                                      Executive                                              Executive
                                                                                                                                                                     Executive
                                     Director of                                            Director of
                                                                                                                                                                Director of Valuation
                                    Administration                                          Technology
                                                                                                                                                    Residential &           Tangible &
  Appraisal                                                                          Information                GIS                                      Ag                 Commercial
                Administration    CAMA                Finance           GIS                                                              Title
  Services                                                                           Technology              Applications
                                                                                                                                                     Director of            Director of
   Dir. of      Administrative                       Director of                      Director of                GIS                                Residential &           Tangible &
                                 Database                                                                                          Senior Deed           Ag                 Commercial
  Appraisal       Analyst II                         Finance &     Director of GIS   Information             Programmer
                                 Manager                                                                                            Specialist
  Services          (3)                              Personnel                       Technology                  (1)
 Appraisal                                                                                                     Sr. GIS
                Administrative                        Payroll &    GIS Specialist      Network                                                       Appraiser III          Appraiser III
 Consultant                                                                                                  Programmer
                  Analyst I                          Accounting         III          Administrator                                    Deed               (4)                    (2)
     III                                                                                                       Analyst
                    (1)                              Specialist                                                                     Specialist II
    (2)                                                                                                          (1)                   (1)
 Appraisal
 Consultant                                                        GIS Specialist     Network
                                                                                                                                                     Appraiser II            Appraiser II
     II                                                                  II           Specialist
                                                                                                                                                         (2)                     (2)
    (2)                                                                 (3)
  Appraisal
 Consultant I
                                                                                                                                                      Appraiser I            Appraiser I
    (2)
                                                                                                                                                         (3)                    (4)
  Appraisal
 Assistant II                                                                                                                                                              Appraiser Asst
                                                                                                                                                    Appraiser Asst.
                                                                                                                                                                                 III
                                                                                                                                                          II
                                                                                                                                                                                (2)
                                                                                                                                                                             Appraiser
                                                                                                                                                                             Assistant I
                                                                                                                                                                                (1)
ALACHUA COUNTY

PROPERTY APPRAISER
P.O. Box 23817

Gainesville, FL 32602-2817

Phone 352.374.5230

Fax 352.374.5278

http://acpafl.org/

				
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